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A UWP Web Browser written in HTML, JavaScript, and CSS (and some C++/CX)

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    Charles
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    cheong

    Although listed as "work on mobile device" too, not showing up in my Lumia 920.

    Guess need to install Insider first or wait Win10M out.

    EDIT: Wait... the supported processors are x86 and x64 only, so no luck for it to run.

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    magicalclick

    Can we have screenshot of this? This means I can build my own Chrome, which I wouldn't. I prefer to bug MS more, XD.

    Leaving WM on 5/2018 if no apps, no dedicated billboards where I drive, no Store name.
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    Charles

    @evildictaitor: Right... The point is, as the title suggests, this is a UWP app written in JS, CSS, and HTML, plus a small amount of C++/CX...

    It's basically a great advertisement for the new WebView control, now with less memory leaks and more perf! But, it is also about EdgeHTML (which is not IE) - the (certainly native impl) underlying technology of the web control (and the Edge browser...). :)

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    Ian2

    Does it do Silverlight? ;)

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    Charles

    @evildictaitor: I don't think we're debating anything here... This post is about a UWP app that employs the WebView control to make a web browser with custom chrome... The app, not the underlying machinery, is written in JS, HTML, CSS. Then there's a small CX component. EdgeHTML, WebView, WinRT, Windows, yes, C++ and C with and without classes... :)

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